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Screeching Weasel

Screeching Weasel

Liberation 37813

Released on January 21, 1999

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First Authorized Re-Release Since 1987!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 16 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Say No! To Authority  2%
2 Wanna Die  4%
3 Society  0%
4 California Sucks  2%
5 Murder In The Brady House Voted #1  24%
6 I Can't Stand Myself  3%
7 My Song Voted #2  10%
8 High Ambitions  0%
9 March Of The Lawmowers  0%
10 Leave Me Alone  1%
11 Don't Touch My Car  4%
12 7-11  1%
13 Cows  3%
14 Work  0%
15 Wavin Gerbs Voted #3  6%
16 Liar  0%
17 O.M.W.  0%
18 Clean-Cut Asshole  2%
19 Raining Needles  0%
20 BPD  0%
21 Experience The Ozzfish  3%
22 Jockpunk  5%
23 K-Mart Blues  6%
24 Bates Hotel  1%
25 Hardcore Hippie  1%
26 What Is Right  1%
27 Yeah Baby!  1%
28 In The Hospital  4%
29 I Feel Like Shit  1%
30 I Hate Led Zeppelin (Demo Version)  1%
31 American Suicide (Demo Version)  0%
32 A Political Song For Screeching Weasel To Sing  1%
33 Twinkie Warfare  0%
34 Stoned And Stupid  0%
35 Life Sucks (And So Do You)  4%
36 I Wanna Be Naked!  2%
37 My Right (Demo Version)  3%
38 Hey, Suburbia (Demo Version)  4%
39 Ashtray (Demo Version)  3%
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Alex from Hinsdale, NH 
Jun 18 2010 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I bought this CD because I love Screeching Weasel. The album's history is cool because this is where it all started. You can definetly tell where they get there sound from, but the CD itself is kinda bland and boring. One song really stuck out to me, Murder in the Brady House. That song is great. The demos on it are pretty cool, too. I would only get this album if you are a Screeching Weasel fan looking to complete a collection. The stand out tracks would be Murder in the Brady House and the BoogadaX3 demos. Go with Boogada, My Brain Hurts, Anthem for A New Tommorow or even Weasel Mania if you're new to SW.

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Dan from San Diego, CA 
Jul 22 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

My buddy turned me on to this band years ago and I enjoyed this album the most out of the rest of their stuff. Sounds like typical hardcore punk but in my eyes thats the beauty of it. Always seems to make its way into my cd player time and time again.

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Mike from Hingham, MA 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is definitley SW's worst effort.... but first albums are usually.... or it seems like that. For what it is, it's an alright album, a bunch of semi-hardcore mostly just regular punk with lyrics about almost anything from a murder mystery on the Brady Bunch, to how annoying people in K-mart are. Most of it would probably offend someone not into this type of music one way or another and that is one of the better qualities about the album. All the demos and unreleased shit is pretty good to.... I'd get it, but its no where near their best stuff, ala "BoogadaX3", or "Wiggle".

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Charly from Stillwater, MN 
Nov 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Sounds just like Megadeath. I think Dave Mustaine actually produced most of the tracks, and you can tell. Favorite tracks: Number 2 - 7 and a half minutes of heavy, heartfelt blunder, number 9 - the only song under 4 minutes, and number 12 - features Robbie Dio on lead vocals, good tune.

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Ash from Diamond Beach N.s.w, Australia 
Oct 11 2007 Rating: 1/5 Stars

If you have every other screeching weasel cd and ep and love every single one of them still probably only get this for your collection so you can say you have them all cause you will listen to it once then twice to show your friends how shit they were when they frist started But it will also give hope to you if your in a shit punk band cause hell look at how good they got!

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Josh from Sartell, MN 
Apr 8 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Are you an angry teenager?

Hate your parents/school/everything else?

Well, you'll love this cd.

Screeching Weasel is my favorite band, and this album is one of my favorites. This cd is very different from their later albums. It is rough, gritty, but still totally awesome. It's really cool, for me at least, to listen to this cd and see how far they have come as a band compared to their later albums. On a few songs you can hear some hints of their later sound, such as "Murder in the Brady House" and "My Song," and yet some of the songs sound like a totally different band. There is plenty of variety thoughout this record. I tend to enjoy the "silly" songs a lot, such as "High Ambitions," "O.M.W." and "Don't Touch my Car."

If you are already a fan of Screeching Weasel, definately get this album, you WONT be dissapointed. If you are new to the band, I suggest getting Boogadax3 of My Brain Hurts first. Anyways, get this cd!

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Jerry from Bakersfield, CA 
Jan 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is a little rough, but all in all its pretty good. the best song is ofcourse, murder in the brady house. its screeching weasel, come on, it fucking rocks.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Nov 13 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great band; first album; it kinda of gives you an idea of whats to come. Theres a ton of tracks on here including a few demos from Boogada Boogada Boogada. Any Weasel fan should own this.

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Graham from Morton Grove, IL 
Sep 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"That's right, your stereo is FUCKED UP!!!!!"

Remember stereos? Shit, showing my age...

This is one of the greatest albums ever made.

I connected with this when it first came out around 1987 or so (yes, I'm that old) and I still love it. It comes from the primordial sonic swamp daze when Ben Weasel wasn't taking singing lessons, writing ludicrously pathetic blogs about shaving, or kissing up to members of teenybompoid crap bands like All-American Rejects in the vain desperate hope his career could be revivified again.

This album is BRILLIANT and remains one of my all-time faves (along with the incomparable My Brain Hurts and Boogada Boogada Boogada). It sounds absolutely NOTHING like the rest of SW's output but is no less great for that. It's basically late 80s hardcore (replete with a rogue's gallery of 80s pop-and-unpop references like Top Gun, Madonna, Ronald Reagan, Bernie Goetz, World War III, etc...before your time, ya whippersnapper!) rambleranting with...and this is deeply important, because both Weasel and Jughead seem to have forgotten this aspect of their early recordings in recent years...

...A FUCKING GREAT GOOFY SNOTTY SANITY-SAVING SENSE OF HUMOR.

Who gives a FUCK about existential angst (Fidatevi or Emo, the latter of which nonetheless does have a few good songs) or suchlike? What the kids wanted - want - from messrs Foster and Pierson is SILLY POP PUNK SONGS, and it always will be so. If you're young and pissed off, you'll LOVE this album. If you're old and pissed off, you'll LOVE this album (though with somewhat less energy). If you're me (which you're not)(unless the person writing this is an impostor) you'll LOVE this album. It's just a great stupid (a song about cows? BRILLIANT!) fun (a song about putting your gerbil in a microwave? BRILLIANT!) swearing-filled platter that you're doing yourself a disservice by not buying it. And the hardcore boys at the SW core are doing themselves a disservice by not remembering the fun spirit of this recording. "America, love it or leave it/well I would if I could but I don't have any money!" Write a better line. I DARE any of you reading this. Including the band.

Okay, so, yeah, buy the fucker. But I guess you picked up that vibe already.

Onwards, G.

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Doug from Edmonton, AB Canada 
Mar 24 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'm a huge weasel fan so when i saw this i had to buy it. not nearly as good as boogadax3 or my brain hurts but it's a fast album with alot of tracks...none really stand out but you can listen to the whole thing through without voiding your bowels

 
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